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Clean running water, an absolute necessity to our very survival, is also incredibly handy around the house. So handy, in fact, that most of us use it wastefully at least part of the time.

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Elder abuse and neglect has been hitting the headlines of major news broadcasters and publishers across the nation. Sadly there is an estimated 20,000 cases of abuse in nursing homes every year.

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All men love gadgets, toys, and things for tinkering. The search is over.

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The Peridot Gemstone

By Charles Hopkins | Published 04/26/2006 | Social Issues |

Peridot, the birthstone of August is a golden green sparkling stone that is quite popular today and has been used as an adornment for thousands of years.

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Unless you hire a personal shopper, grocery shopping is a necessity for everyone.

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Cross Stitch Handcraft Basics

By Charles Hopkins | Published 04/26/2006 | Hobbies |

What is this thing called cross stitch? Well...in a way, cross stitch is just like embroidery or needlepoint.

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Scrapbooking Basics

By Charles Hopkins | Published 04/26/2006 | Book Reviews |

If you always wanted to get into scrapbooking but didn't know where to start, then this information is for you. Scrapbooking is the art of presenting your photos and memories in 'scrapbooks', hence the term scrapbooking.

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Mulch is a layer of material spread on top of the soil to conserve soil moisture, discourage the growth of weeds, help prevent erosion and prevent large fluctuations in soil temperature.

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Traditional wisdom has it that live bait is much more effective than artificial bait.

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Bass Fishing Tips

By Charles Hopkins | Published 04/26/2006 | Fishing and Boating |

The bass is an attacking predator that likes to ambush its prey from its hidden vantage point under the cover of moss and sedge.

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